ActivePlay.ca is a new website with ideas and resources for early years educators who want to ensure the children in their care get the play opportunities they need.
Try these fun and spooky Halloween activities for kids! From bike rides to corn mazes, discover joyful and eerie adventures for the whole family.
From balancing tricks to target practice, discover 12 fun-filled games your kids can play with bean bags. Ideal for at-home activities!
Across Canada, sports associations, clubs, and community groups offer inclusive and accessible sports programming for newcomers.
Discover practical strategies to cut costs on kids’ fall sports, from choosing school teams and low-budget activities to secondhand gear and smart planning.
Research shows that kids have been feeling more anxious in recent years. Learn why and what parents can do to help.
You can easily enjoy the last few weeks of summer vacation as a family—just try one or all of these seven fun activities!
Whether you’re looking for games for a big group or just a few, this list is a great go-to guide for fun, active, no-equipment outdoor games!
Struggling to limit your child’s screen time? Discover practical tips for reducing their device usage without going cold turkey.
Risky play isn’t only important older children! Learn about the benefits of risky play for toddlers, as well as ways they can participate in it.
When you’ve got a rainy day or other circumstances keeping you inside, try these fun activities for your three-year-old!
Living in modern society often teaches us to be disconnected from our bodies. Here’s how to help your child develop their mind-body connection.
Learn what the guidelines are for how much screen time kids should get, and check out these tips for managing kids’ screen time.
When Tina Singh struggled to find a helmet that accommodated her son’s Sikh turban, she decided to design one herself.
Learn about the benefits of being active as a family even when life’s too busy and help promote healthy habits in your children from a young age.
As families tune in to the FIFA World Cup, it’s worth knowing Canadian player Alphonso Davies’ incredible journey in soccer.
Kids today are growing up in the digital age and have access to many types of media. How much is too much screen time and what can you do about it as a parent?
Kids need plenty of active play to develop gross motor skills in their early years. We put together a list of activities for kids at every age to help with their physical literacy.
WeThe15 aims to end discrimination in sport and help increase access to assistive technology for athletes with disabilities.
This list of simple, low-mess indoor activities will help your active two-year-old get their wiggles out!
There are different reasons why kids might hate gym class, but with support, they can develop the confidence and skill they need.
Despite our best efforts to get our kids moving, sometimes they need to get inspiration elsewhere. That’s where these great books come in.
When kids get home from school full of energy, here’s some inspiration for ways to get active together as a family.
It’s hockey season! These are some of our most popular hockey articles that offer great tips and advice for parents.